Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani campaigner for women's rights and youngest ever Nobel Prize laureate has taken the plunge into the world of social media, joining Twitter with a plea for others to help fight for women's education.
She shared her first tweets on the same day that she graduated school, saying it was a "bittersweet moment" for her.
In another tweet the brave young woman went on to say: "I'm excited about my future.
"But I know that millions of girls around the world are out of school and may never get the opportunity to complete their education."
The 19-year-old made global headlines after she was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen as she was boarding her school bus, aged 15, in October 2012.
Malala first began advocating for female education rights when she was only 11-years-old by writing blogs on the subject.
Her final post of the day reads: "On and off Twitter, I'm fighting for girls – will you join me?"
Officials say a Delta Airlines flight bound for Beijing returned to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant.
Sea-Tac Airport spokesman Perry Cooper says a 23-year-old Florida man in first class assaulted a flight attendant about 45 minutes into Delta flight 129 today.
Cooper says passengers then helped restrain the man until the plane landed back in Seattle.
The flight attendant and one other person were injured and taken to a hospital.
Airport officials said they conferred with FBI and the incident is not thought to be a national security threat.
Delta said in a statement that: "The passenger was restrained on board and was removed from the flight by law enforcement without further incident".